Support or hold up (something) with such props or beams
rescue workers had to shore up the building, which was in danger of collapse
tax relief to help shore up the ailing airline industry
A prop or beam set obliquely against something weak or unstable as a support
the land along the edge of a body of water
serve as a shore to; "The river was shored by trees"
a beam or timber that is propped against a structure to provide support
land: arrive on shore; "The ship landed in Pearl Harbor"
prop up: support by placing against something solid or rigid; "shore and buttress an old building"
A shore or shoreline is the fringe of land at the edge of a large body of water, such as an ocean, sea, or lake. ...
the land on or near a waterline such as a sea shore or lake shore; the land; a prop or strut supporting the weight or flooring above it; To provide support in some way
(Shores) Horizontal supports, usually timber employed between the stepped sides of a graving dock and the ships side shell plating. Ideally shores would be positioned in way of deck stringers and framed intersections of the ships steel work.
A company that manufacturers testing and other related types of equipment. “00” is a type of durometer used to test the hardness of cellular rubber. “A” is a type of durometer used to test the hardness of solid rubber.
A getaway destination on the Chesapeake Bay in MD. Please remember to distinguish between shore and beach. Not, under any circumstances, to be confused with the Jersey Shore.
The narrow strip of land in immediate contact with the sea, including the zone between high and low water lines.
The zone between the highest level of wave action during storms and the lowest tide line.*
That area of the land adjacent to the water which is above the high water mark and excludes land areas which are intermittently under water.
The zone between the water-line at high tide and the waterline at low tide. A narrow strip of land immediately bordering a body of water, especially a lake or an ocean.
That strip of ground bordering any body of water which is alternately exposed, or covered by TIDES and/or WAVES. A SHORE of UNCONSOLIDATED material is usually called a BEACH.
The horizontal distance, measured in a straight line, between the intersections of the lot lines with the shoreline at "normal high-water line," as defined in this Ordinance.
In 1908, Solomon Shore, who had been born in Russia, arrived in Winchester and opened a clothing store. He would remain in Winchester until 1924 when he moved with his wife, Anna, and two daughters, Bessie (Seligman) and Fanny Rose, to Nashville. ...
The coastal towns of southern New Jersey. Often, "Down the shore"
a strut or prop that is placed in a horizontal, inclined, or vertical position against or beneath a structure or a part of the structure to restrain movement
A heavy timber used to support a wall or similar.
The zone lakeward of the shoreland over which the ground is alternatively exposed and covered by waves; the shore's upper boundary is the lakeward limit of effective wave action at the base of the bluffs and its lakeward limit is the water line. ...
A brace or prop used for support while building a ship
A prop or support placed against or beneath anything to prevent sinking or sagging.